The Measurement Problem in two minutes.





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Published on Jan 25, 2010

In quantum physics we have a problem its called the Measurement Problem. Put very simply the more accurately we know the position of a quantum particle the less certain we are of its momentum and if we know the momentum very accurately then we cant be quite sure of the position.

Only a hidden variable could explain this problem but people say this is impossible because such a hidden variable would have to affect all the matter of the Universe from its creation to the present day.

But there is one variable that has done just that and that is the variable of time itself. We know that time is a variable because we have time dilation when objects accelerate towards the speed of light and we also have time dilation around objects of great mass.

In a new theory called Quantum Atom Theory the Measurement Problem can be explained by explaining the continuous variable of the time continuum.

Any help in the promotion of this theory on You Tube or in the scientific community will be gratefully welcomed.

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